#globalWarming Artist: Pierrick Senelaer

“Earlier on this year, a team of scientists braved the freezing conditions of the Antarctic to count Chinstrap penguins.

____ Chinstrap penguins are disappearing fast.

The results show that penguin numbers have dropped by around two-thirds since they were last counted in the 1970’s and some colonies are losing as many as 7 out of 10 penguins.

Rising temperatures, loss of food from industrial fishing and disappearing sea ice are all to blame.”

Pierrick Senelaer

About the artwork

"It Could Have Been" | Acrylic on canvas | Print on Hahnemühle Paper 310gsm | 60x80cm | Value: £140

YOU BUY THIS ART
WE DONATE TO A CHARITY

£140 is what this awesome art will cost you. For each pound given away by artists, a tree will be planted via our Tree Fund we hold with Just One Tree.

The artist's agreed on giving away 75% of all sales proceedings

YOU BUY ART - WE PLANT TREES

ACT NOW! "The greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it"Robert Swann

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